Naomi Osaka was defeated by American Danielle Collins in the first round of the US Open

New York: After missing the whole North American hardcourt season, American Danielle Collins gave no indications of rust fighting past two times U.S. Open heroes Naomi Osaka 7-6(5) 6-3 on Tuesday and into the second round at Flushing Meadows.

Collins moves onto the next round.

"I lost to Naomi multiple times previously, so going into the match I had a ton of data on what I sort of expected to improve, regions I could improve," said Collins. "I felt cheerful just to over here play.

"Generally speaking I wouldn't agree that that I played well ... I felt like I was on my back foot a great deal," she added. "Everybody manages wounds. For my purposes, it's been more noticeable this year, yet it's something that I can learn (from).

Osaka had overwhelmed their three past straight on gatherings with Collins unfit to take even a solitary set from the Japanese previous world number one, and in two of those challenges she was pursued off the court in under 60 minutes.

Be that as it may, the nineteenth cultivated American not set in stone, taking a strained opening set in a tie-break 7-5.

Four-time Grand Slam champion Osaka, a victor at Flushing Meadows in 2018 and 2020, was beaten 7-6 (7/5), 6-3 by nineteenth cultivated American Collins in a skirmish of two major hitters.